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Remember to complete mandatory NAR Code of Ethics training

The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) requires that every REALTOR®, in order to maintain membership in the Association of REALTORS®, must complete a 2 1/2 hour Code of Ethics course every two years. 218 more words

Real Estate

Are You Working with a REALTOR® or a Real Estate Agent.

All REALTORS® are real estate agents are but not all real estate agents are REALTORS® And, yes, there’s a difference.

REALTORS® are members of the National Association of REALTORS® who’ve agreed to abide by a certain standard of practices call the… 2,620 more words

General

Computer Ethics

              Computer Ethics 

             Computer Ethics  deals with the procedures, values and practices that govern the process of consuming computing technology and its related disciplines without damaging or violating the moral values and beliefs of any individual, organization or entity. 1,094 more words

Code Of Ethics

Drawing the line - Professional Boundaries

Healthcare providers are highly respected in our society and enjoy great esteem. The duty of healthcare professionals is to relieve the patients’ suffering of physical and psychological symptoms and in doing so, they must abide by the moral and physical boundaries of their profession. 289 more words

Dear Anne: I’m the procuring cause! – No, I am!

Dear Anne: I spent six months showing 35-plus properties to a very difficult buyer, but after two lengthy showings, she decided 15 Maple Avenue was it. 770 more words

Buyers

Swearing in a Witness - Treat this task with the respect and deference it deserves.

One of the most important duties a court reporter performs is swearing in a witness.  In Massachusetts, the notary laws state that a witness’s identity must first be verified by their presentation of a government-issued photo ID, such as a license or passport.  403 more words

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